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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114658: Social behaviour
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    1. is the quality of being coarse, common and impolite.

    2. Now John is determinated to behave himself even if it means avoiding his friend and Paul.

    3. The goal of is to make all of the parties relaxed and comfortable with one another.

    4. Teenage boys should be educated about towards girls.

    5. It ' s no surprise that Mark ended up in prison; he had always been a .

    6. is the principle of concern for the welfare of others.

    7. Poverty is often seen as behind the culture that terrorises people.

    8. Peter is a little but he has a cool personality and we like him.

    9. This school has helped the children learn .

    10. The child's upsets his parents.









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